You know you can vote for the VSCP project every 24 hours!? Please put that on your morning agenda for the next eight days.
/The fat bee
the first release (v0.1.0) of a new VSCP framework is provided now here: https://github.com/BlueAndi/vscp-framework/releases
More information and how to use it, you can find here: https://github.com/BlueAndi/vscp-framework
At the moment two examples exists, one for the pc (windows and linux) and one for the at90can.
The checked in project has a interim state at the moment and as fast as my hardware is ready, will hopefully get a productive state.
Any feedback is welcome! Any found bug too
There are Davids and there are Goliaths of the world. We know what category the VSCP project belongs to. During the fourteen years of VSCP’s existence we have seen many Goliaths come and go. Yes, most people support the Goliaths of the world without any further thought, after all they have the money, the strength and the power to reach out to the world. But as any intelligent man and woman knows, who think beyond the obvious and simple, it is not always the big and colorful flowers that are the most beautiful. If you take the time to look closer you will find more beautiful things hidden in the grass. You just have to put some more effort into it and not get blinded by the obvious.
No a project like VSCP will never win over the Goliaths of the world. At least unless people care to look beyond the obvious. If you are one of those people vote for the VSCP project.
The verbose mode of the Frankfurt RS-232 CAN4VSCP adapter makes it easy to diagnose a CAN4VSCP bus without any other tools other than the adapter and a terminal program. Registers can be read/written on remote nodes, the interfaces opened in listen, normal and loopback mode and you can even search nodes on the bus. And in addition to the loopback mode there is the CAN4VSCP driver mode which works with the VSCP Daemon and VSCP Works and SLCAN mode which works with SocketCan on Linux.